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Free-Float, 2000
mixed media
temporary installation: Fairfield Center for the Creative Arts, Fairfield, CA

Free-Float was a collaborative installation by brothers Mitch and Stuart Allen. The piece consisted of three fabric and bowling ball structures, a series of sixteen black and white photographs of airborne figures and a video loop of a person (Mitch) falling perpetually through the sky. The piece was a result of brother’s shared interest in physics and the human experience of gravity.